Canada continues to get screwed in the online world. No Spotify, no Pandora, no Hulu, no–well, you know what I mean.
And we’re not getting Deezer anytime soon. But at least we can take comfort in the fact that the US isn’t, either. From Audio4cast:
On the international Internet radio front, French streaming service Deezer has big plans. They’ll launch in 100 countries in the next few weeks, but stay away from the US to avoid high royalties and stiff competition. While some may consider the US market critical to the success of an online streaming service, Chief Executive Axel Dauchez says there’s lots of online music opportunities globally, in lots of countries not serviced by the big shots in the US.